The Xiaomi 13 Ultra has finally made its debut and is starting to get disappointing reviews. Introduced by the Chinese brand in April, the phone was the harbinger of versatility and quality Leica cameras. Now, rated worse than older models.

The Dxomark platform fully tests and ranks the cameras of released smartphones. The Xiaomi 13 Ultra ranks 14th in the ranking, even behind the Xiaomi 11 Ultra, which was launched two years ago. It is linked to Google Pixel 7, Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Vivo X90 Pro+.

The platform list is based on a scoring system. in total, Xiaomi 13 Ultra scored 140 points, one less than the old version in the camera part.It ranks 11th. The leader is the Huawei P60 Pro with 156 points.

The new phone isn’t bad at photo, video or zooming, but it loses a lot in bokeh or blur in out-of-focus areas of images. In this regard, the device scored only 65 points, lowering the overall score. For comparison, the Xiaomi 11 Ultra scored 75 points in the same criteria.

Despite the criticism, Dxomark claims that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra retains its image quality at any zoom range. It even has “a nice, neutral white balance in stills and video.”

The Chinese smartphone has a quadruple Leica lens, all 50 MP. It goes from ultra-wide and telephoto to periscope. The phone even shoots in 8K.

Xiaomi 13 Ultra still has no price in Brazil. However, a leak claims it will cost €1,300, around R$6,800 in Europe.

Source: Tec Mundo

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